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Working Paper
Ly Sodeth, Aldaz-Carroll EnriqueApr 02, 2014

Cambodia's economy has withstood domestic pressures and managed to sustain its high growth driven by its usual engines of growth. The external sector improved as a result of slower imports due to dampened ...

Brief
Kumagai Saki, Singh Janmejay, Soller Michelle, Grandvoinnet Helene, Agarwal SanjayJan 01, 2014

Social accountability (SA) refers to the extent and capability of citizens to hold the state accountable and make it responsive to their needs. Although its importance for better governance and reducing...

Brief
Nov 01, 2013

It has been shown that pre-schools are beneficial in helping children develop the skills that are necessary for them in primary school. However, the implementation of pre-school in countries such as Cambodia is...

Brief
Vyas Sangita, Spears Dean, Kov Phyrum, Smets SusannaNov 01, 2013

Open defecation within a community harms the physical and cognitive development of children, even children living in households that use toilets themselves. Frequently digesting feces due to poor sanitation can...

Working Paper
Eliste PaavoNov 01, 2013

Agriculture has been a mainstay of the Cambodian economy. It has seen significant growth throughout the 2000s and showed a significant resilience against external shocks during the 2008-09 economic and financial ...

Education
Providing skills for equity and growth

Cambodia: Preparing out-of-school youth for the job market. Read More »

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Jishnu and Shanta Talk Transfers

Shanta Devarajan

Jan 31, 2014

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A Basic Need to Help Children

Alassane Sow

Dec 10, 2013

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Gender
Cambodian women entrepreneurs

Women entrepreneurs are important contributors to private enterprise development. This paperanalyzes the constraints and opportunities facing them.​ Read More »